Monday, October 15, 2012

Bobby O'Finner

When my youngest brother was about 3 or 4, he wouldn't eat. He just had no desire to. So my dad took to writing a children's book about it. Now, about 15 years later we decided to share it with the world. I've been working on the illustrations and here are the first 3 pages so far.
Oh and don't worry - my brother decided he liked food eventually. ;)

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Charming Wall Vinyl

I was asked to put together a fun wall vinyl that had the DownEast feel because it was going to go in all of the stores. I came up with this illustration and I'm really proud of it. Working on this stretched my mind in a way it hadn't been stretched before because of how big and ornate it needed to be.

Live for Pink Typography Collage

DownEast teams up with Live for Pink every year. Live for Pink is an organization dedicated to finding a treatment for breast cancer. To raise awareness, DownEast has a Live for Pink sale every year where they sell all of their pink core items for half off. This is a vinyl banner that hung behind the pink clings. I thought a typography collage would work really well for the cause and for the space and placement of the banner.

Pops Bulla Logo

My apartment doesn't have AC or a swamp cooler. And yes, it's awful. So I'm living off of cold popsicles, soda, cold everything. That's why I'm so excited about this new Utah company called Pops Bulla. Get this: they put cereal (like Fruit Loops, for example) in milk, and then take that milk and make it into a popsicle! How fun is that?! I was asked to create their logo and I had a ton of fun with it. It's a play off of the Sex Wax logo - a surfboard company.

DownEast Email Blasts

A few of the many email blasts I've designed while working at DownEast. Email blasts are fun because I'm allowed to be more creative. *fist pump!*

Monday, July 9, 2012

Summer Wedding Announcement

All my friends decided to get married at the same time so I'm going to be posting a lot of wedding announcements that I'm designing for them. Denise used to work with me and I'm so honored that she asked me to create their announcements. I wish her and Austin a wonderful life together!